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heartbeat. >> steady. >> reporter: erin knows what he knows, that this heartbeat can never be taken for granted because it has made possible a very special kind of love. >> i never thought i could be so much in love with another person. >> i didn't have any words to describe it. it was just this, you know, connection. >> reporter: at 17 connor rabinowitz had been a star catcher being recruited by division 1 schools. his life changed in 2005 when they told him that he needed a new heart, that if he didn't get one he would die. kellen roberts was a seattle kid, very alive, generous to a fault. a free spirit, whimsical and spontaneous, drove his red truck all over the country, lived life on his terms. >> he traveled all over the world. he traveled the united states. he jammed in as much as he could and you know what, it left a much better legacy for us. >> reporter: march 7th, 2005 on a trip to sioux falls, south dakota, kellen hit his head in a freak accident. he died there far from home, but not far from minneapolis. he was an organ donor. >> scared. we drive to the hospital and they
it will hopefully heal as soon as possible. i hate this so much, i love you and i'm sorry. country singer erin church is this year's most-nominated artist. nominees announced this morning, church leads with seven followed by hunter hays with six and tied with five nominations a piece are miranda lambert and tailor swift. now, to the oscars. show producers announced new presenters all packed winners. halle barrier and reese witherspoon will be taking the stage whit airs february 24th here on abc. if you haven't already go to otrc.com to make your picks and cast a ballot, then compare them with friends on&o:. >> and abc 7 is the only place to watch the oscars coming up very soon now. >> and still ahead at 4:00 corruption scandal of a red light camera. what it could mean for ticket holders in the bay area. >> a night player after sea for thousands of passengers in a crippled cruise ship and apology from carnival cruise. and... >> high school students have the cans to ask chief justice anything. >>> breaking news in san jose. sky 7 is live over the scene. that is the image now. fleece are looking
for a second time. erin johnson of our station in seattle has the story. >> reporter: she likes to put her head to his chest and listen to his heart beat. >> oh, yeah. steady. >> reporter: at 17, connor had been a star catcher, being recruited by division i schools. his life changed in 2005, when they told him he needed a new heart. that if he didn't get one, he would die. >> you pray for someone to save you, but at the same time, you need to pray for them to die. >> reporter: kellen roberts was a seattle kid, very alive, generous to a fault. he drove his red truck all over the country. lived life on his terms. connor was dying. march 7, 2005, on a trip to sioux falls, south dakota, kellen hit his head in a freak accident. there was hemorrhaging. circulation was cut off to his brain. he died there far from home, but not far from minneapolis. he was an organ donor. the transplant was a success. the engine of life had passed from one man to another. >> i just wish he could know how grateful i am for him. >> reporter: aaron, more than anyone, understands what's in connor's heart. here's why. she t
. >> they are so close together. it is odd. people have been tweeting about it. this from texas girl erin who said, just saw it from market and fifth. and kept floating said there was a trail of bluish white light for 10 to 20 seconds. and this from angela. we were on 280 heading north when we saw a bright, falling star as my kids call it. if you snap a picture or video we would love to see it. send it to you report at kgo-tv.com. >>> it is unlikely that a meteor will hit your home. if it does, are you covered by insurance? michael finney got some answers. >> that is one of the things that is definitely covered under the homeowner insurance policy. most people don't realize it is because it doesn't happen often, but if it does, it is something that is covered. >> you hope it doesn't. an insurance industry spokesman says damage from the meteor concussion like what we saw in russia would be covered. other events covered under the homeowners insurance include volcanos, lightning strikes and falling satellites. >>> after eight days aboard the triumph two women are home. julie spring gel and her mother
erine(bf2 brocka very muche it infamous. her every yorts helped spark mandating to come up with a maximum contaminant level in 2004. >> you're supposed to be here to help protect the health and welfare of a community or of a state. and you're not doing that. >> we asked to speak to someone from the department of public hchblg they declined because this, natural resources defense council and environmental working group filed a lawsuit against department of public health over a lack of a standard. >> if you think about the number of children, number adults have been exposed for a lifetime at this point. >> like it or not it takes about 10 years to get that information. >> bruce is a toxicologist with u.s. epa. he says it takes time to set standards and points out more tests need to be done. also believes there is no cause to worry. >> i don't think we have any, or there would only be a few folk that's owe would be at risk at this point. >> in july, 2011 the athe public health goal at 0.02 points per billion. according to the web site, the public health goal means for every mi
$3.1 billion. >> it's a poison. it's well documented. shouldn't be in water. >> activist erin brokovich says it should be 0.02 for levels in the water. the goal is not enforceable, used to help guide the department of public health official standard but it's considered protective against idaho fied suspects she points out there is no process to get down to 0.002 level and bruce mackeler says more research needs to be done to see how much is dangerous to drink. >> that is tough. >> degree that that happens is still unknown. people are working on it we took samples to see if it's in the water. at santa clara county government administration building we found a 1.64 parts per billion level. down the road the number jumped to 2.95 parts per billion. officials declined to talk on camera but confirmed that they had between one and seven billion parts per billion in their wells and estimate it will< to remove. our tests found no detection but we found 0.468 tenths. >> it's not a surprise. >> manager of water quality for california water service company,acúr says levels in livermore
than anyone understands what's in connor's heart. erin you see was kellan's sister. >> it's priceless to know that a part of something you love so much can continue on and not just continue on in existence but be the life force for someone else. i don't know if there's any words to describe that. >> reporter: they say they fell in love almost immediately. >> instantly. >> i have a vividly in my head just looking over, feeling her mom hug me and just staring in her eyes. >> reporter: to some it's a strange love. but they had to give it a shot. when you are young and in love, you follow your heart. erik johnson, komo 4 news. >> extraordinary. >> tears. >> incredible story and our thanks to komo for bringing it to us. >>> coming up here on the broadcast we'll take a little bit of a left turn in the outrage of the latest "sports illustrated" swimsuit. not outrage over what they're wearing but who they're posing with. >>> glide on. ginger is flying high in her latest adventure, this time soaring into the skies over colombia. >>> coming up in "fixation" best moment in the slam dunk competit
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